Wolf Creek Christian Writers Network

  • Our nation is under siege by Jan Davis

    Our nation is under siege. It is filled with uncertainty and chaos as man chases after truth. We see racial tension on both sides. People march in protest against what they believe is inequality. Religious factions attempt to divide our homeland and the principles upon which we were founded. Leaders are at a standstill on the course of action to initiate peace in our cities. We pray for a semblance of harmony as we search for solutions where none are found. We are a country established upon b…

  • A mustard seed in a yellow dress by Allyn Schuyler

    When I look back on the choices I made once I left college, I am not proud. I learned, I enjoyed and was good at the hospitality business and soon rose up the ranks, but my time in that industry only pushed me further away from my Christian roots. I was stepping off the path God had designed for me, but I was a strong Texas woman, and my will prevailed. One day I noticed two older women strolling across the hotel lobby. They were gray-haired and spoke English with a foreign lilt. It could've bee…

  • How fortunate we are by Kathleen Zilhaver

    When I turned 18, I graduated from high school, was accepted at college and was ready to hit the road. Finally, I could leave and run my own life. I packed my bags and headed west to join my older brother in Boulder, Colorado. This was an exciting time; freedom and the great unknown lay just ahead. However, a few months later, a flat tire out in the middle of nowhere made me realize that I hadn't left my parents behind after all. I didn't panic because my father was right there with me as I work…

  • "Just Saying" Cuts Out All the Niceties by Jan Davis

    “Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.” - Prov. 18:21 “For he that will love life, and see good days, let him refrain his tongue from evil, and his lips that they speak no deceit.” - 1 Pet. 3:10 “A man has joy by the answer of his mouth: and a word spoken in due season, how good is it.” - Prov. 15:23 “A good man out of the good treasure of his heart brings forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart b…

  • Gifted with a special message by Jessica Tanner

    Words paint a beautiful picture, bring to life rambling rivers, and colorful meadows. Words convey comfort and laughs. They teach us and relay news. Some news we want and some not. But the words we hear can't live on like the words we write. On the nightstands of many hotels, motels and hospitals as well as on church and thrift shop shelves are Bibles. Today's bookstores hold copies of this precious volume because it still sells. On those same shelves are works by long-ago mortal writers like Ju…